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CBS Evening News for Monday, Dec 02, 1985
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(Studio) President Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev recalled signing cultural agreement at Geneva summit.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Minneapolis, Minnesota) Satellite link-up program between Soviet children in Moscow and American youth here, in exchange program honoring Samantha Smith, featured. [Peace Child Fndn. spokesperson David WOOLLCOMBE - praises program.] [Fndn. spokesperson David SPEER - praises Soviet trust of United States promoters.] [CHILD - (thru translator) condemns President Reagan's Star Wars proposal.] [Karen REGELMAN - thinks program will achieve what summit failed to do.]
REPORTER: Karen Boros

Boros, Karen;
Rather, Dan

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